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RPS ambassador scheme to champion the Society across England

The Royal Pharmaceutical Society in England has appointed ten ambassadors to champion the benefits of being a member.


Eisai: Long-Term Cardiovascular Outcomes Data for Anti-Obesity Agent BELVIQ

Presented at The European Society of Cardiology and Published in the New England Journal of MedicineTOKYO, Aug 28, 2018 - (JCN Newswire) - The average change in weight from baseline was -4.2 kg wit...

Dr. Ana Tuya Fulton named fellow of American Geriatrics Society

(Care New England ) Ana Tuya Fulton, M.D., F.A.C.P., executive chief of geriatrics at Care New England and medical director of Integra Community Care Network, LLC, was recently inducted into the newest class of American Geriatrics Society (AGS) Fellows.


East of England Co-op puts all six pharmacies up for sale

The East of England Co-operative Society is pulling out of community pharmacy in Suffolk and has put all six of its branches up for sale.

English Pharmacy Board meeting: 12 April 2018

The board heard from representatives of Public Health England and Health Education England, and ratified the Society’s mental health policy document.

MS Society launches petition against NICE’s rejection of Ocrevus

The MS Society has launched a petition imploring the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, NHS England and Roche to come to an agreement on NHS availability of Ocrevus for primary progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS).

Ravi Sharma appointed RPS director for England

Ravi Sharma has been appointed as the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s director of England.

NHS England appoints national clinical advisor for primary care

NHS England has appointed a specialist GP to encourage the spread of innovations that integrate health and social care throughout England.

Over 400,000 sexually transmitted infections reported in England in 2017, PHE report reveals

The number of confirmed cases of gonorrhoea and syphilis in England in 2017 rose by 22% and 20%, respectively, according to data released by Public Health England.

BPS announces 2019 Society Fellows

(Biophysical Society) The Biophysical Society (BPS) announced its 2019 Society Fellows. This designation honors the Society's distinguished members who have demonstrated excellence in science, contributed to the expansion of the field of biophysics, and supported the Biophysical Society throughout their careers.

Repurposing selective PDE5 inhibitors as anti-cancer agents

Dr Pantziarka speaks with ecancer at the 2018 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting about a recent paper, published in ecancermedicalscience, looking at repurposing selective PDE5 inhibitors as anti-cancer agents.

Tuberculosis rates in England fall by third in six years – BBC News

BBC NewsTuberculosis rates in England fall by third in six yearsBBC NewsNew figures show rates of tuberculosis (TB) in England have declined by a third in six years, and are currently at their lowest level in 35 years. The data from Public Health England shows a 38% fall since 2012, with a 9.3% decline in cases in 2017 ...and more

Genomics England announces appointment of global genomics pioneer as first CEO

Genomics England announces the appointment of its first Chief Executive Officer (CEO) today. Global genomics pioneer Professor John Mattick will join Genomics England in June. He will lead the organization as work done in the 100,000 Genomes Project provides the foundation for the systems NHS England is mobilizing in its ground breaking Genomic Medicine Service.

UK health improving but challenges of an ageing population remain, says PHE report

A new report from Public Health England (PHE) has illuminated the primary health concerns in UK society today, revealing the extent of rising demands for healthcare as the population continues to age. The [Health Profile for England] report shows that in some areas, public health in the UK is improving. Life expectancy has gone up, with men living for 79.6 years on average, while this figure stand...

S100B and LDH as early prognostic markers for response and overall survival in melanoma patients treated with anti-PD-1 or combined anti-PD-1 plus anti-CTLA-4 antibodies

New Hampshire Governor Signs Transgender Anti-Discrimination, Gay Conversion Therapy Ban Bills Into Law

New Hampshire had been the only New England state without protections for transgender people. It joins 19 other states in doing so.

GPs in England get 1% pay increase and {pound}60m towards indemnity fees

GPs in England will receive a 1% increase to their pay and £60m (€68m; $84m) towards indemnity fees, under changes to the general medical services contract announced by NHS England on 20 March.It...

Biochemical Society announces 2019 award recipients

(Biochemical Society) The Biochemical Society has announced the winners of the Society's annual awards today.

The World Cup: When England Plays, This Is What Happens To Violence

After England beat Sweden 2-0 in the quarterfinals of the World Cup, English fans trashed an IKEA. A study found what happens to domestic violence when England plays in the World Cup.

KLAS Report Reveals 3 Core Barriers to NHS Interoperability in England

Electronic patient record interoperability in NHS England is benefiting patient care but facing substantial barriers, according to a new KLAS report. NHS England’s Five-Year Forward View and the National Information Board’s response have thrust interoperable systems into the national spotlight in England, including the development of a Local Health and Care Record Exemplar program. This ... Re...

ANTIÉPILEPTIQUES : Un risque accru d'Alzheimer et de démence ?

Aux effets secondaires sévères de certains antiépileptiques, cette étude de l’University of Eastern Finland vient ajouter un risque accru de troubles cognitifs dont de maladie d'Alzheimer et de démence. Des effets dose-dépendants documentés dans le Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, à larges implications alors qu’au-delà de l'épilepsie, ces médicaments sont égale...

England's Scarlet Fever Cases Highest in 36 Years

An outbreak of scarlet fever in England and Wales has seen the highest number of cases reported in the first quarter of a year since Public Health England began collecting data in 1982. Medscape Medical News

Pharmacists should review every patient after a depression diagnosis, says RPS

Pharmacists in England should play a greater role in supporting people with mental health problems and help eradicate inequalities in their care, according to a new report published by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.

NHS England announces groundbreaking new personalised therapy for children with cancer

NHS patients to benefit from Europe’s first full access deal on breakthrough CAR-T therapy. NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens has announced today that children and young people in England will receive a groundbreaking cancer treatment, the...

NHS England backs new innovations for NHS use

NHS England has unveiled the new technologies that are to be fast-tracked into NHS use via the Innovation and Technology Payment Programme (ITP).


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